Things to know for the Weekend
Today is Friday, April 13, time to start carb-loading for Monday’s Marathon.
Here’s what else you need to know for Friday…
11:00AM Meet the Musicians & Story time. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for a special series of story time with Ms. Alyson & NEMPAC. Each week all ages are welcome to share a craft and meet a new artist and their instrument.
Whether you’re running the marathon, going to cheer with the crowds, or just enjoy a beautiful weekend in Boston, Boston Magazine has pulled together a list of 24 ways to celebrate this weekend, read more on Boston Magazine.
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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Saturday, April 14
12:00PM Faneuil Hall Marketplace Spring Fling. Join the Faneuil Hall Marketplace in celebrating spring at an outdoor concert! Enjoy a day-long schedule of street performers in South Marketing and the opening of seven outdoor patios/bars, see additional details.
2:00PM Pirandello Lyceum I Migliori Awards at DoubleTree Suites. Join Pirandello Lyceum President, Dr. Dom Amara, at the I Migliori Awards Dinner. The Board of Governors has recognized a group of outstanding Americans of Italian descent who have made important contributions to their profession, to society, and to the Italian-American community, see additional details here.
Sunday, April 15
One Boston Day. On April 15th Boston will celebrate the fourth annual “One Boston Day” to recognize the good in our community, celebrate one another, and reflect on the spirit and resilience of hte people of Boston, see more here.
8:00PM Lantern Ceremony at Old North Church. The Lantern Ceremony celebrate the events of the night of April 18, 1775, when two signal lanterns were hung in the Old North Church steeple, alerting Paul Revere that the British were invading by sea and launching the American Revolution, see additional details here.
From the Community:
The Delvena Theatre Company will be presenting W.C. Fields and Mae West at the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street on Wednesday, May 2. See the characters come to life and enjoy the laughs as the audiences did way back when, continue reading.
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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
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